This episode of the centennial celebration of Frank Lloyd Wright's birth illustrates Wright's interest in teaching young people and how they in turn informed his own architectural practice. Aaron Green, a San Francisco-based architect, discusses his impressions of the years he spent working with Wright at his architecture studio, Taliesin. Reese Palley describes how San Francisco hippies volunteered to help reconstruct Wright's V.C. Morris Gift Shop. Lloyd Wright, Frank's son, talks about what his father's reaction to hippie disenchantment might have been. Arch Oboler, actor, playwright and radio personality, talks about how none of Wright's students have really matched his legacy. The bulk of the program consists of Frank Lloyd Wright addressing a crowd of students and faculty at the University of California, Berkeley in 1957, two years before his death.